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About Tone Development through Interpretation by M.Moyse.

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How are you doing, Forum members?

ToneDevelopment throught Interpretation
This excellent book, written by Marcel Moyse
Many of you are trying to improve your flute playing
I am sure that many of you are trying to improve your flute playing.
I am currently researching the original source of this collection.
As you probably know, the first edition of the book in the 1970s,
there were many misprints by the publishers.
However, when I was recently reviewing the 'revised edition',
I found that the mistakes were still there, as usual, in the table of contents.
I have written down the numbers here for your reference.
Please replace the name with the correct one and the composer's name with the correct one.
Please replace them with the correct ones.
#24 Lucia di Lammenmoor By Donizetti
(Error in the first edition: La Traviata by Verdi)
#85 Rondo Capriccioso By Mendelsshon
(Error in revised edition : By Saint-Saëns)

Here are 2 extra informations for you.
#76 Sapho : qu'il est loins mon pays By Massenet
10 bars back from the last bar.
The triplet on the first beat and the 'fa' at the end are notational errors.
This one is correctly notated with an eighth rest on the first beat and an eighth note so.


#26 Still As The Night by Bohm
The breath-holds are different because they are filled in along the French phrases.
The breath-holdings are different because they are filled in according to the French phrasing.
The way the phrase is made in the original German version is
This is different from the way the phrase is made in the original German version.
Thx and regards, WAKAMATSU

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